GEN George Marshall, LTGEN Frank Andrews, LTGEN Henry Arnold, and MAJGEN Oliver Echols observing a mock glider attack on Wright Field, Ohio, United States, circa 1942

Caption   GEN George Marshall, LTGEN Frank Andrews, LTGEN Henry Arnold, and MAJGEN Oliver Echols observing a mock glider attack on Wright Field, Ohio, United States, circa 1942
Source   United States Department of Defense
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  1. Anonymous says:
    9 May 2011 09:40:28 AM

    hey my great grandpal was a driver for Gen. Andrews! im trying to look up info for there squad! if u have any info please let me know! thanks! (via email)

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